Sheriff: convicted felon arrested after making threats with a gun, backing stolen truck into deputy

Bradley Edward Brown Jr. was arrested by the Oklahoma County Sheriff on several charges after deputies say he made threats with a gun and backed into a deputy with a stolen pickup truck.

The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office said when officers responded to a domestic dispute, the suspect increased his charges by backing into a deputy.

27-year-old Bradley Edward Brown Jr. was arrested Tuesday by deputies in Oklahoma County.

According to the report, deputies were called to a domestic disturbance in the 6400 block of N. Harrah Road. The victim reported to deputies that Brown confronted him and then fired his .38 handgun multiple times inside the house. The victim said Brown put the gun to his head and demanded money before leaving the house in the victim's pickup truck.

Deputies searched the area and learned he was at a house near E. Wilshire and N. Dobbs Road. When a deputy responded, they say Brown drove off. The deputy followed him until they say he crashed the truck into a ditch. That's when the deputy says the man backed his truck into the deputy's vehicle.

Brown was arrested at the scene and booked into the Oklahoma Jail on several charges: assault & battery with a dangerous weapon, possession of a firearm after felony conviction, reckless conduct with a firearm, assault & battery on an officer, attempted armed robbery with a firearm, and reckless driving.

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